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IMPORTANT
A
A
The lightn¡ng llash w¡th
arowhead, within
an
equilateral
tr¡angle,
is
¡ntended to alert
the
user to
the
presence
of
un¡nsulated'dângerous vollage' with¡n the product's
enclosure
lhat
may be
öf
suffic¡ent
mâgnitude to
constitute
a
risk
of
electric shock
to
persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENTTHE RISK
OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO
NOT
REMOVE COVER
(OR
BACK}.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS
INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING
TO
OUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation
point
w¡thin an
equilateral
tr¡anglê
is
¡ntended
to
alert
the
user
to the
presênce
of important
operâting
and
maintenânce (servicing) ¡nstruct¡ons
inthe
l¡terature accompany¡ng
the
appliênce.
CAUTION
w
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ INSTRUCTIONS
-
All
the
safety
and
operating ¡nstructions should
read before
the
product
¡s operated.
RETAIN
INSTRUCTIONS
-
The safely
and
operating ¡nstructions should be
relâined
for
future
reference.
HEED
WARNINGS
-
All
warnings on
the
product
and
in lhe
operat¡ng instructions should
be
adhered
10.
FOTLOW
INSTRUCTIONS
-
All
operating
and
use ¡nstructions should be
followed.
CLEANING
-
The
product should
be
cleaned
only
with
a
pol¡shing
cloth or
a
soft
dry cloth.
Never clean
w¡th
furniture
wax,
benzine,
¡nsectic¡des
or
other volat¡le l¡quids
s¡nce
they
may
corrode
the
cabinet.
ATTACHMENTS
-
Do not use
attachments not
recommended
by
the
product
manufacturer
as
they may cause
hazards.
WAÎER AND
MOISTURE
_
Do
not
US8
this
product near Water
-
for
example, near
a
bathtub, wash bowl,
k¡tchen s¡nk,
or
laundry
tub;
¡n
a
wet
bôsement;
or
near a swimming
pool;
and
the
like.
ACCESSORIES
-
Do
not
place
this
product
on
an
unstâble
cart,
stand,
tripod,
bracket,
or
table. The product may fall,
caus¡ng serious
injury
1o
a child or adult,
and serious damage
to the
product. Use only w¡th
a
carl,
stand,
tripod,
bracket,
or table
recommended by the
manufacturer,
or
sold w¡th
the
producl.
Any
mounting
of the
product should
follow
the
manufacturer's
instruct¡ons, and should use
a
mounting
accessory recommended
by
the
manufacturer.
CART
-
A
product and cart
combinat¡on should
be moved
with
care.
Ou¡ck
stops,
excess¡ve
force, and
uneven surfaces may cáuse the
product and carl
comb¡nat¡on
to
overturn.
VENTILATION
-
Slots and openings
in
the
cabinet a16 provided
for
ventilation
and
to
ensure reliable operal¡on
of
the
product
and
to
protect
it
from
overheating, and these
openings
must
not
be
blocked
or
covered.
The
openings
should
never
be
blocked
by
placing
the
product
on a
bed, sofa, rug,
or
other
s¡m¡lar surface.
This
product should not
be
placed
in
a
built-in installôtion such
as
a
bookcase
or
rack unless
proper
venl¡lation
¡s
provided
or the
manufacturer's
¡nstructions
have
been
adhered to.
POWER SOURCES
-
This
product should
be
operated
only from the type
of
power source
ind¡cated
on the
marking label.
lf
you are not
sure
of
the
type
of
power
home, consult
your
product
supply
to
your
dealer
or
local
power
company.
GROUNDING
OR
POLARIZATION
-
This
product
may be
equipped
with a
polarized
alternating-current line plug
(a
plug having one
blade
w¡der than the other). This
plug
will fit
¡nto
the
power
outlet
only one way. Th¡s
is
a
safety feature.
lf
you âre
unable
to
inserl
the
plug
fully
into
the outlet,
try
reversing the
plug.
lf
the
plug should
still
fa¡l
to
fit,
contact
your
electrician
to
replace
your
obsolete
outlet.
Do
not
def€at
the
safêty
purpose
of
the
polarized
plug.
POWER.CORD PROTECTION
-
Power-supply
cords should be routed so that they are
not
l¡kely
to
be
wâlked
on
or
pinched
by
items
placed upon
or
against them, pay¡ng particular
altention
to
cords
at
plugs,
convenience
receptacles.
ând
the
po¡nt
where they
exit
from
the
product.
OUTDOOR
ANTENNA
GROUNDING
- ll
an
outside antenna
or
cable
system
is connected
10
the
product, be
sure
the
antenna
or
cable
system
is
grounded
so
âs
to
prov¡de some
protection
aga¡nst voltage surges and bu¡lt-up
stat¡c charges.
Article 810
of
the
National
Electr¡cal Code,
ANSI/NFPA
70,
prov¡des
¡nformation
with
regard
to
proper
ground¡ng
of
the
mast
and
support¡ng structure,
grounding
of
the
lead-in
w¡r€
to
an
antenna
discharge
unit,
s¡ze
of
ground¡ng conductors,
location
of
antenna-discharge
unit,
connection
to
grounding electrodes, and requirements
Tor
the
grounding
electrode.
See F¡gure
A.
LIGHTNING
-
For
added
protection
for
this
product during
a
lightning storm,
or
when
¡t
¡s
left
unattended and unused
for
long
periods
of lime,
unplug
it
from the wall oullet
and
disconnect
the
êntenna or cable
system.
This
will
prevent damag€
1o
the
product
due
to
lightn¡ng
and
power-line surges.
POWER LINES
-
An
outs¡de antenna
system
should
not
be
located
in the
vicinity
of
overhead power lines
or olher
electric
l¡ght
or
power c¡rcuits,
or
where
it
can
fall
into
such power lines
or
c¡rcuits.
When
¡nstalling
an outsidê
ântenna
system, extreme
care
should be taken
to
keep
from touching
such
power lines or circuits
as
contact
with
them
might
be fatal.
OVERLOADING
-
Do nol
overload
wall
outlets,
extens¡on cords,
or
integral
conven¡€nce
roceptacles as
this
can
result in a risk
of
fire
or
electr¡c shock.
OBJECT
AND LIOUID
ENTRY
-
Never
push
objects
of
any kind into this product
through
openings
as
they
may
touch
dangerous
voltage points
or
short-oul parts
that
could
result
in a fire or
electric shock. Never
spill
liquid
of
anV k¡nd
on
the
product.
SERVICING
-
Do not attempt
to
service this
product yourself
as
opening
or
removing
covers may expose you
1o
dangerous voltage
or
other
hazards. Refer
all
serv¡cing
to
qualif
ied
service personnel.
DAMAGE
BEOUIRING SERVICE
-
Unplug
this
product from
the wall outlet
and
refer
servicing
10
qualif¡ed service personnel under
the tollowing
condit¡ons:
.
When
the
power-supply
cord
or
plug
is
damaged.
o lf
liqu¡d has been
spilled,
or
objects
have
fallen into the
product.
.
lf
the
product has been exposed
to
rain
or
water.
.
lf
the
product does
not
operate normally
by
tollowing thê
operat¡ng ¡nstructions. Adjust
only those conlrols
that
are covered
by
the
operating instruct¡ons
as an
improper
adjustment
of
other
controls
msy result
in
damage and
will often
r€quire extens¡ve work
by a
qualified techn¡c¡an
to
restore
the
product
to
its
normal operation.
o
lf
the product
has been dropped
or
damâged
in
any way.
.
When
the
product €xhibils a d¡stincl
change
in
performance
-
th¡s
indicates
â
need for
service.
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
-
When
replacement
parts are
required,
be sure
the
service
technician has used replacement
parts
specified
by the
manufacturer
or
have the
same characteristics
as the
orig¡nal
part.
Unauthorized
substitutions may result in
f¡re,
electric
shock,
or other
hazards.
SAFETY CHECK
-
Upon completion
of
any
serv¡ce
or
repa¡rs
to
this
product,
ask
th€
service
technic¡an
to
perform safety
chêcks
10 determine
thal
the
product
¡s
in
proper
operal¡ng condition.
WALL
OR CEILING
MOUNTING
-
The
product
should not be
mounted
to
a wall or
ce¡ling.
HEAT
-
The product should
be
situated
away
from
heat
sources such
as
radiators,
heat
regislêrs,
stoves,
or other
products
(¡nclud¡ng
êmpl¡f¡ers)
that produce
heat.
ANTENNA
LEAD-IN
WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE
UNIT
(NEC
SECTTON
810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND
CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE
GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART
H)
2
<PRB1
230>
En
ENT
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
GROUND
CLAMP
Fig. A
NEC
_
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE

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